Aug 22, 2013 9:00am EDT
econÓmicos. >>> gracias marÍa eugenia por las sugerencias. >>> seguimos con mÁs de "despierta amÉrica", con dos mujeres, y varios hombres las mujeres se comprometieron a enseÑarme a cocinar, adelante. ♪. ♪. >>> mira para allÁ, que se vea, que se vea. ♪. ♪. ♪. >>> muy bien, venga. ♪. ♪. ♪. >>> vamos. (risas) ♪. ♪. ♪. eso. ♪. ♪. ♪. >>> mira. siga, siga, siga. >>> acÁ estoy. >>> entre la multitud. de mis paparrines, se acabÓ el baile. >>> gracias. Íngrid hoffman estÁ aquÍ seÑores, busquen lÁpiz y papel rapidÍsimo, huele, huele, a quÉ huele, huele riquÍsimo. >>> delicioso, vamos a hacer un pollo al jerez. tendrÁ supersabor, y superlight, con poquitas calorÍas, empezamos, con una libra de pechugas de pollo, sin piel, sin hueso. cortadas entre tirantes, como ves, para que se cocinen rÁpido, vamos a hacerle un empanizado de mentiritas, apenas un poquito de harina, una cucharadita dos, apenas para darle un poco, sal, pimienta, y si quieres darle un masajito aquÍ, al pollito. >>> me fascina, para que se vaya mezclando. >>> sÍ, claro, venia superpreparada.
Aug 24, 2013 11:30am PDT
movement and a moment which has become emblematic of the epic struggle for equality in america. >> i have a dream that one day -- >> it's been a half century since doctor martin luther king, jr. delivered his famous "i have a dream" speech. >> we hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal. >> 250,000 people witnessed that speech. denice tyree turner was in the crowd on the national mall. she was a teenager but remembers that day with intense clarity. she says while women in the civil rights movement were not as visible, they were important. >> we were workers to get people out, and we held bake sales and things in order to get money to donate to the riders. i don't see us as leaders in the civil rights movements even though i since found out we did have some. >> some of those civil rights leaders include rosa parks, shirley chisholm, dorothy height and fannie lou hamer. but these leaders were not in the forefront, so young women such as tyree turner did not see their impact. no woman addressed the march on washington. but women were present and drove the move
Aug 8, 2013 9:00am EDT
, well, this is what makes america and it's a melting pot and why shouldn't somebody from overseas come in and try to get a u.s. citizenship? good for us in america for being a country people want to ben. other readers call and say, how dare they? they are taking advantage of the 14th amendment and taking -- they're finding a loophole in the system to become american citizens and shame on them for trying to do so. >> bonnie erbe: birth tourism is hardly new. in fact, it's been going on for decades. we're about to introduce you to a young woman who was born in the u.s. while her mother was here on a tourist visa and just graduated from the university of california at davis. meet 23-year-old jennifer chi. she looks and acts like any student but jennifer's different, her taiwanees mother gave birth to her in new york city while on a tourism visa making jennifer a u.s. citizen. why did your parents decide to time it so you were born in new york? >> my grandma and uncle were in new york, already, and my mom was visiting them and that's why she decided to have me because my grandmother can ta